The project will bring an Earth Fare grocery store back to downtown Asheville.
The mixed-use development would add about 90 condos, 54 apartments, a 145-space parking deck, rooftop restaurant, retail space and an Earth Fare grocery store location to the Woodfin Street site that's now home to the ...
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The Kmart closing, and the Sun Soo move, are set to happen at the end of the year.
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Also, there's a new grocery delivery service coming to town, and much more.
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The co-op has been seeking a development partner to help it build a bigger store, and much more, on property it owns in the heart of downtown.
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Chapel Hill-based Southern Season, founded in 1975, is a specialty foods store that features gourmet foods, wines, housewares.
Two grocery stores are up for replacement and others may be relocating.
The co-op has issued a request for proposals to expand along Biltmore Avenue.
Hello Asheville! The eighth and latest episode of the AVL Food Fans podcast has been recorded, posted, and is currently available to listen to and download, and you can even get it for free from the iTunes store! As always, Chef Joe ...
Stu and Joe interview Jennifer Lapidus of Carolina Ground boutique flour mill, and baker Laura Geotz of Table/Tod's Tasties/ Imperial life.
The new Publix is the latest in a wave of new grocery store offerings in Asheville.
New Mountain Asheville breaks ground on its new outdoor stage, the new hotel at the Biltmore Estate is set to open in November, more.
Robert Ingle opened his first grocery store in Asheville in 1963. Today, the Black Mountain-based company operates about 200 stores in six Southeastern states.
The new Tunnel Road location offers 35,000 square feet of natural and organic groceries, salad and hot food bars and an upstairs grill and tap room.
Shoppers can register online for a chance to get a sneak preview on Aug. 22 and 23.
Also, it looks like the new Chipotle is set to take over a space next to the Hardee's location near the new Publix.
The new grocery store is celebrating the opening of the new locally owned market.
Grand opening activities will include chef demonstrations, food sampling throughout the store, and drawings for The Fresh Market gift cards.
A massive new grocery store is taking shape on Tunnel Road, while New Belgium continues brewery site work on Craven Street.
The Fresh Market plans to hire about 85 people in advance of its store opening on March 5.
The Pumpkin Country Spice Granola Cereal is here. So is the Two Buck Chuck. And the traffic clusterf**k. What do you make of it?
A quick photo gallery capturing what the busy Merrimon Avenue corridor at the intersection of Chestnut looks like.
The new grocery store on Merrimon Avenue will open a few weeks before its next-door-neighbor, Trader Joe's.
Demolition of the Kmart shopping center will start in November. The new Publix should be open in fall 2014.
Rumors have been flying that Publix will come to Hendersonville Road in south Asheville.
Photos of the ongoing construction work along Merrimon Avenue.
Changes to the old Kmart shopping center on Hendersonville Road is fueling speculation.
Will the Harris Teeter banner still fly over the new store under construction on Merrimon Avenue. Sounds like it.
The ad says the store has 100-plus locations in the mid-Atlantic region.
Word is that Publix will go into the old Kmart shopping center near Gerber Village.
Royal Ahold NC is the Dutch owner of Stop & Shop stores.
An Ashvegas reader wonders after receiving a mailer.